Morning sickness is generally not much fun for the pregnant woman. Whether it is an occasional twinge of nausea, or whether your morning sickness includes full blown vomiting, there may be some things that you can do to help reduce the frequency and severity of your morning sickness. By following these tips, you may be able to even eliminate your morning sickness altogether.
The first group of tips to help with morning sickness has to do with how you eat. You should consider eating several small snacks and meals throughout the day. This will keep you from being too full or too hungry, which can trigger morning sickness. You should make sure that you are getting enough water, as dehydration can be one of the biggest causes of nausea. Additionally, avoiding spicy foods, or foods that are high in saturated fats may also help with morning sickness. Avoiding foods with distinct smells may help also.
Some of the tips you can try to help with morning sickness have to do with herbal remedies. You might try ginger tea, or ginger root supplements, for example. Ginger has been shown to reduce nausea from a whole host of causes, from motion sickness to chemotherapy treatments. Chamomile, peppermint, and anise all have been used at one time or another to help with morning sickness, as well.
You might also try some alternative treatments to help with morning sickness. Acupuncture, acupressure, and hypnosis have worked for some women. You don’t even have to go in to a clinic for some of these treatments. There are hypnosis CDs designed to help with morning sickness. Some women have found relief using the sea sickness acupressure wrist bands.
The most important thing to remember about morning sickness is that it is temporary. Morning sickness will rarely last beyond the twelfth week or so of pregnancy.
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